Please join me at the Integrated Training Institute for my first four day Foundations course in Singapore. https://www.itigrad.com/check-dates-for-courses.html Synopsis of FT Foundations Course Day 1 Session 1 Introduction Information Models, Body Views, Biases, Beliefs & Principles for Treatment Concepts & Theories Components for Treatment Methods: Active versus Passive Approaches Fascial Anatomy Tensegrity […]
Please join me for a two day Neurofacial Mobilisation course to be held at Leonardos’ Hotel in Edinburgh, Scotland hosted by Ruth Duncan and Myofascial Release UK. https://www.myofascialrelease.co.uk/workshop-directory/ Do you understand neural tension? How can you harness your soft-tissue skill set, applying it to resolve neural tension? Often by the time you see a client, […]
2020 is going to be a banner year for Fascial Therapy Institute Australia.
Three new venues have been added in Dublin, Ireland at the Walmer College of Massage and with Craig Smith Club Physio sending FT to Bahrain and Singapore Itigrad with Jab and Faye
It is my pleasure to announce that Still-Learning Osteo training organisation is promoting my course in Poland for 2019-2020. Details are below for the Foundations course in Warsaw.
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Cape Town, SA
Jeffrey Maitland in the Embodied Being makes a case for understanding organizing principles that allow us to be successful in the delivery of our treatment plan and application of techniques.
Wonderful conversation with Stephen Braybrook
Kristie hosted me on this podcast recorded in 2017. I hope you enjoy!
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Many manual therapists may not realise the intimate relationship that exists between the central-peripheral nervous system and soft-tissue release. This understanding of, and the ability to effect change comes in a large part with understanding of the sensory-motor system and in particular sensory-motor receptors. The ability to manipulate these receptors is at the heart of all soft-tissue facilitated by manual or massage therapists.
FTIA is pleased to announce the first module of Fascial Therapy online content. Neurofascial Mobilisation NFM Upper Extremity UE1 for Brachial Plexus and Median Nerve is now accessible.